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Ok Xoomer EP07 | Tuan TranPham | The 3D Printing Industry Needs More Talent

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For 3D Printing to grow as an industry, it needs more talent. Join Aaron Lichtig, the Xometry guy and former Jeopardy champion, in this episode of OK Xoomer — Zoom chats with creative engineers & more — as he talks with Tuan TranPham, CRO of AREVO, on how the future of additive manufacturing is composites, why you should be excited about 3D printing, and that your passion is what you make of it. Go additive!
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